501 Gurley St.

35.996473, -78.892235

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(Below in italics is from the 2009 National Register listing; not verified for accuracy by this author.)

This three-bay, double-pile Craftsman bungalow retains its overall form and fenestration. The house has a front-gabled roof and an engaged front porch supported by wrought-iron posts on brick piers with painted concrete caps, a modern wood rail, and simple knee brackets supporting the roof. It has been covered completely with vinyl including the soffits, and has a stuccoed brick foundation, an asphalt-shingled roof, and an interior brick chimney. Windows have been replaced with vinyl six-over-six windows and the door replaced with a modern steel door, all with vinyl surrounds. Original gable windows have been replaced with a vinyl vent. The earliest known occupants are E. C. Whitley and Mrs. R. A. Jones in 1924.

10.18.13 (Photo by G. Kueber)


Was there any type of soffit ventilation used on this house? If so what type?


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